TOKYO (Realist English). The volume of international commitments on economic and budgetary support to the Kiev regime for 2023 and early 2024 has increased to $44 billion, according to a statement adopted following a meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors of the G7 countries in Japan.
“Together with the international community, we have increased our commitments on budgetary and economic support for Ukraine for 2023 and the beginning of 2024 to $44 billion, which allowed us to approve the International Monetary Fund program for Ukraine in the amount of $15.6 billion for 4 years,” the report says.
The G7 countries believe that such support gives the Kiev regime confidence and allows it to ensure the functioning of the government, continue providing basic services, carry out critical repairs of damaged infrastructure and stabilize the economy.:
“We hope for Ukraine’s rapid implementation of structural reforms within the framework of the IMF-supported program, and the successful completion of the program revisions will contribute to macroeconomic and financial stabilization, improved governance, strengthening institutions, long-term economic stability and post-war recovery. It will also contribute to further financial support for countries and institutions, as well as the private sector.”